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Developer Profile: Jeff Tunnell of Spotkin

Contraption Maker Spotkin’s physics-based, endlessly creative sandbox makes players a different kind of trigger-happy Jeff Tunnell is something of a legend in the PC gaming world, having founded classic PC developer Dynamix in Eugene, Oregon back in 1984. He later went on to co-found successful

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Awesome! A 10-year Old Boy Develops Cocos Games all by himself!

Can young kids learn programming and make games? Andy Bruce is only 10 years old and has already developed and published a very creative app on both Apple store and Google Play store. His game is quickly gaining popularity on

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“Unleash the Power of Cocos and Windows” Contest – Supported Code Jam

We’ve got another event coming up in May.  You may already know about our Meetup, and now we’re here to help you finish up your game for the “Unleash the Power of Cocos and Windows” contest. Do you have questions

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So many devices, so little time.

Device fragmentation is why we need to test automation for our apps. Most mobile developers can relate to the struggle with issues related to crashing, the fragmentation of the Android market, and a lack of good resources to track and

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Do you know about Testin Crash Analytics?

  Testin Crash Analytics is an efficient troubleshooting tool that can monitor all crashes and exceptions in real-time.  As a crash analysis tool, Testin Crash Analytics is custom-made for mobile games, capable of capturing game engine errors and offers support for

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Visual Studio for Game Development: New Partnerships with Cocos

Hundreds of millions of users play game apps every day across a wide variety of devices — from Xbox and Windows to iOS, Android, and the Web. Over the years, we’ve enjoyed watching Visual Studio grow to become one of

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Join us for our 1st Bay Area Cocos2d-x Developer Meetup

We’re calling all Cocos developers to join us for an evening of learning, helpful tips and networking with local game studios and enthusiasts.  The evening kicks off with pizza, drinks and mingling with the Cocos community.  We’ll also have our

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